Media Temple offers iPhone "friendly" AccountCenter

Jason was kind enough to inform me that Media Temple customers with an iPhone in their back pocket now have quick access to their accounts with the new iPhone "friendly" AccountCenter interface! Media Temple customers can now manage their hosted site(s) from a sleeker, faster, and more convenient interface.

iPhone friendly Media Temple AccountCenter

Website administrators now have convenient access to the following features from their iPhone mobile web browser:

  • Adding a new domain (using an existing card on file or using a new card)
  • Server reboot
  • Email address management
  • Support request, ticket submit
  • Bill payment (using an existing card on file or using a new card)
  • Password management – AccountCenter / Email & FTP
  • Submitting feedback

Check the new AccountCenter iPhone interface out by visiting Media Temple’s iPhone page or logging in directly https://ac.mediatemple.net/iphone.

Personally, I think the iPhone "friendly" AccountCenter is an extremely helpful alternative for website administrators to keep an eye on their accounts without loading unnecessary bits. Moving forward, I would like to see a few more administrative actions available like server upgrades and more fluid transitions from page-to-page. Now if Plesk was just a little more iPhone (mobile) friendly…

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Discuss - 12 Comments

  1. zzap says:

    Hah, it looks pretty good! Although I don’t really see why you’d need to go and modify your domains and such while you’re mobile.

  2. Mike S. says:

    Hah, it looks pretty good! Although I don’t really see why you’d need to go and modify your domains and such while you’re mobile.

    Just some extra features. I think the reboot server is the only really useful one, but that’s just me.

  3. Derek says:

    Reboot and upgrade servers are two key features that I think quick access to via mobile handsets is needed. Bill payment is convenient though – especially if you already have your account information saved on (mt).

  4. Dave says:

    The mediatemple access could be enough of an excuse to convince some accounting department to pay for the service. Oh the logical discussion-you can call me on the phone and than I’ll fix the problem ASAP.

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  12. Darko Martic says:

    Waiting to see AC for BlackBerry…. but a generic all-mobile-phones version would also do just fine…